174 Series Pro-Street Superchargers - Ford
Adapter Kit Instructions For 1979-Later Mustang & Mercury Capri
If you want instant, full-time power for your hot rod then a Weiand 174 series Pro-Street Supercharger is exactly what you need! Engineered to provide 25-40% more power while still maintaining outstanding street-ability!
Ford 174 Series Pro-Street Superchargers are designed specifically for 289/302 Fords (or stroker versions based on the 8.200" deck height), these kits will transform your stock street motor into a monster with incredible torque and top end horsepower. 174 series superchargers are designed to work with stock type accessory drives.
Chevrolet 174 Series Pro-Street Superchargers are designed specifically for Big Block Chevrolet engines. These kits have a lower overall height of just 8.25" which is just slightly higher than a standard high rise single plane intake manifold.
All Weiand superchargers feature 100% NEW CNC machined parts (no remanufactured components). New thick-wall cases and rotors eliminate high-RPM flex and provide maximum reliability. All superchargers are 100% Boost Tested to help you squeeze the maximum power and efficiency out of your supercharger! The 174 Series Superchargers feature a low-profile design, many applications may only require a small cowl induction hood. Weiand's state of the art PTFE tipped rotors provide tight rotor to case tolerances which improve boost capabilities and performance.
Features & Benefits
Kits Include: Manifold, Blower Assembly, Drive Snout, Pulleys, Belt and Hardware.
Supercharger Troubleshooting Guide
How much boost would this average?
I have a 1990 ford f150 4x4. It has a built full roller 351 with a carb. Im not sure which 351 it is. Ill find out this week. Will this blower work? And what carb is recommended for max power?
I’ve read that this blower is only compatible with carbureted applications, but would it be compatible with a TBI unit like specifically a Holley Sniper setup?
I have a 87 mustang lx 331 with afr heads the car has a 4 inch cowl hood will this fit under the hood and will it work with my combo it is a carberated car 750 holly dp
Would I have to carb my 95 Ford Bronco for this to fit
I have a 1994 ford f350 I'd like to put this on will it work?
How long is the 174 blower drive housing from the end of the pulley to the mounting flange on the blower unit ? Trying to figure out if it will fit our 302 powered 68 Ford Galaxie 500 without interfering with the radiator & fan .
Will this fit a 4.6l 2002 grand marquis and if not is there any kit that would ?
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